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. BOOS AND JOB PRIRTTHG,
KIATLT AND EXPEDITIOUSLY KXKCTJTED
AT THIS OFFICE.
BLANKS OFALL XIHDS
HE ATLT PRINTED AND FOR BALE AT THIS OFFICE.
Of 8. H. PARVIN, newspaper and. advertising: agent,
C manna U, Is MthocUed to receive and receipt for Mbacrlp.
M -nii and advertising for the True Whig.
tV V. B. Palme, Newspaper and Advertising Agent,
Brown's Iron Building, Philade phla, Is our only authorised
Agent la that city.
BAIL EOAD MAIL.
TIM- FOR THE M AHA ON THE CHATTANOOGA R, R.
Leave Nashville at 7 A.M. and ( P. M.
Arrive at Nashville IX A. M. and t P. M.
The Mailt for the Eastern and Southern Cities close at 4
P. M. and for Way Office at 8 o'clock, P. M.
Jy8l b. tt. ANDERSON, P. M.
sat I'll da it noinix;, sept. 20.
for a von.
We are authorized to announce ROBERT B. CA8TLE
MAK, Esq., as the AMERICAN candidate for Mayor of
Nashville at the ensuing election. aepStf td
(Satcrdat, Sept. 29tb.)
ROBERT B. CASTLKMAN
1U Ward. Tevple O. Harris.
G. F. Jones.
2nd WW. Dr. Jous D. Cki.lt.
Wm. A. (iLKNX.
Zd Ward K. J. Morris.
4th Waud. Jons. C. Dardek.
John F. Morgax.
&th Ward. Dr. Robert Martik.
J. P. Coleman.
Ilk Ward. A. L. Davis.
Thomas XV. Chilton.
7t'A BW.-W. W. Gavin.
W. L. Nakce.
6th Wrd. Johs II. Uckkz.
TCa are authorised to announce SAMUEL PIPKIN, of
Macon county, a caud date fur Door Keeper of tlie Senate
We are authorised to announce Dr. 3. J. liURNRTT.of
rn.lth county, a candidate fjr hngrossing Clerk of the cute
Ben ate. srpo ta
We are anthorised to announce Mr. W. A. ROBINSON, of
Wilsoa comty. a candidate for IK or Keeper to ttie next
House of Representatives, sen td
We are ao'horited to announce WM. J. MALLORY, f
Pi kson eoun'y, a candidate f.ir Principal Door Keeper to
the nex. House of Representatives. ep8 Id
We are authorised to announce F AM. TV NIOHOL, of
this ciiv, a raadidate for tngros lug Cleik of the Senate.
I.rxtKOTO ', Tennessee, August IS, ISM.
To Pi' & motor el1of 7 wneasee :
TIoN Sirs : haveavailed myself of Oils medium of the
put. lie press to intorm yon that I am a candidate before your
Uouorsble bod; fir Door Keeper at your next session, and
trust In so doing you will taWe my name In consideration
with the many other who may apire o tlist portion. In
thus publicly announcing myself. I derm that I have acted
rightly, and although it is somewhat deviating from the usu
al course of candida'es fur that oflioe, who, generally speak
ing, importune Senator with letters too tedious to read, Ac.
and not wishing to annoy you in that manner, I shall con
tent myaell with this card, trusting on our meeting at Nash
ville, and a further acquaintance In Oi-tober, where we will
have the opportunity of interchanging sentiments. I will
close by only snying if elected I will discharge my duty to
the best of my ability , and to the comfort and convenience
of your body throughout the session.
aug'27 4w Respectfully,
WILLIAM H. McKINNET.
3T" The weather maintains tbe change no
ticed yesterday quite firmly, thongh the sua
made a Ieierate attempt to shine about mid
day ye-terday. Ice dealers will soon be forced
to clone their depots, and housekeepers to pre
pare for the reception of old winter.
River News. The Cumberland was falling
elowly yesterday, with abtat 26 inches on the
The Shylock came down from Gallatin,
Landing and returned, which was the only
fcteaiubout arrival up to 3 1. M.
; The A. L. Datit left in the evening for Pa
ducah, the only departure in that direction.
The fine packet IIirUtilley leaves this morn
ing at 10 o'clock, for Smithland, Puducah and
Cario. No better oportunity need be desir
ed to make the trip pleanautly and safely. The
Hartntille has been recently newly painted and
fitted and furnished throughout.
Tho Election To-Day.
We hope every American voter in the city,
will go to the polls to-day and deposite his
vote. The Sag Nichts are moving every pow
er to defeat the American ticket in whole or
in part, and if successful, even in reducing our
majority, will send out a counterfeit howl of
victory, to ellect the election in Georgia on
The American ticket is the people's ticket
nominated by the eople, In a legitimate and
democratic manner. The oppot.itiou is a clique
ticket, brought out, not to conserve the city's
interest, tot to secure a Sag Nicht victory.
Ve notice the following additional arrivals
since our h at:
Atthr Citt LTotel C-L S. R. Rodger,
Senator from Knox, fcc; A. J. Fletcher, Sena
tor from Greene, fco.; C. S. Taltnore, Senator
from Sht-ibv. Favette. &CI Col. Galloway. Rep-
- iJ T 1 ' -
resentatlve trom Henderson Ham. C. Smith,;
Senator from Johnson, Carter, to C. Hitch, !
benator irom lyiaioorne, vc. ; u. vt. uauew,
Senator from Meigs, McMinn, &c; John M.
Havron, Senator from Hamilton, &c; 11. G.
Ellis, Senator from Rutherford and William
son; VTm. Wallace, Rep. from Anderson; R.
- WW . . -.
tt innctmn.' inn irntn imiiii kiuI rir
ii, i - . , ,
Campbell, Rep. from Cocke; 11. F. Cloud, Rep. j
from Claiborne; J. R. Rudd of Monroe; Curloek
of McMlnn; Tipton, of Carter and Johnson;!
F. D. Massergill, of Sullivtui; Harris, of Wanh- j
ington: N". B. Dortch, of Fayette; Richey, of,
Bradley; J. W. P. Wilson, of Carroll; Smith
Purl- nf riihfitn: J. T. Canuichael. of Grain-1
per; IL D. Davie, of Montgomery; E. A. Fort,
At the Skwanee. J. M.Tompkins, Ruth
erford; II. N. Cowden, Marshall; Thomas
U.r.rr Warren: E. A. Wilson. Marrhall; M.
M. Brien, DeKalb; II. N. Colqnett, 0trUu; j
Thoa. bnodgrasa, Lite.
i..nmt ITsi r Wm. Colburn. Blonnt.
At tub NaenrnxK In. Frank. C. Dun
nngton, Maury ; J. M. Head, Senator from
Smith and Sumner; J. W. Carter, Senator
from Franklin, and Lincoln; R. J. C. Gal
breath, Jackson ; E. D. J. Wood, Cannon.
At the Verandah.. Thomas Dcao, Sena
tor from Bedford and Marshall.
In Common ConnciL
Aujocrmku Mketiko, Sept. 28.
At the meeting of the Board on Thursday eve
rung, the whole eulject connected with tbe Work
House queelion was, for the present, referred to the
The Dog Law was taken op, and, after consider,
erable discussion, was rejected. So that dogs will
j continue to have the ''freedom of the city," as
The Board thou took up the Huckster bill, whhh
j was passed a third and last time, and became a law.
j Aid. Glenn offered a resolution to exclude all
: provisions for sale at the evening market, from tbe
stalls in the Market House, till 2 o'clock, P. M.
Aid. Cox presented a petition from the Tennes
see and Alabama Railroad Company, asking for tbe
privilege of crot-ing certain streets and alleys, so
that they can have their depot on Broad street,
instead of at their present site on Cherry street.
South. The prayer was granted, and a bill drawn
up and passed three several readings accordingly.
Aud then the Board adjourned.
New Cnritcir. We noticed a very handsome
drawing yesterday ia the office of Lindsley t
Crockett, of a new Church, the erection of
which is contemplated by the Associate Re
formed Presbyterians. The design is by Mj.
A. Ueiman, Architect, and is in his best style.
We understand the congregation, or friends of
the enterprise, have purchased a lot on South
College street, nearly opposite University, upon
which the church is to be erected.
A visit to Odd Fellows' Hall, where the busy
hum of preparation for the Exhibition of Me
chanic Arts and Manufactures, which is to
open on Monday, cau be heard, has a teudency
of itself to awaken an iuterest in the enterprize.
Everything promises -well. Articles are re
ceived from all the extremes of the State and
from other states competing for the Diplomas.
Here will be an opportunity, never before of
fered, to get an inkling of what Tennessee is
doing in the Arts. We are tore come of our
citizens, wh thought themselves well posted
in this respect, will be surprised to find that
nhe is doing so much, though her vat re
Honrces have just begun to be devehed. The
Exhibition aud Fuir of the Mechanics' Insti
tute, planned and carried out by a few pnblio
spirited citizens, will be an era in the history
of the development of these interests.
Another tine crowd assseiubled at the Wal
nut Course yesterday, and without disparage
ment to the entertainments of the previous
days, we think that yesterday's race, so far at
least as the first heat was concerned, was
the most interesting of the season. The cool,
dry, breezy weather, had put the track in
most excellent order, and the coutest lay be
tween the stock of two of our most enter
prising breeders, Gens. Woodfolk and Har
ding. Roundtree's entry having paid the for
feit. The betting was about even though it
varied somewhat during the morning open
ing as it did, with free offer of two to one on
Woodfolk, and closing with even bets and
in several instances, as we observed, with odds
in favor of the Epsilon filley.
At the call from the stand, they advanced
to the iost handsomely. Woodfolk having
the track. At the signal off they go, Imlim
leading wilh the Epsilon filley pressing hard
they pass under the score, neck and neck at
the close of the first mile, after which Iodine
brushed away and seemed to be leaving her
competitor. As they rise from the valley on
the back stretch, however, Harding's filley has
pretty w ell closed up the gap, and goes into
the home stretch about a length behind. Thus
placed, they pass under the rope, Iodine win
ning the heat in 3:40 time very rarely, if ever
made by three year old colts.
At the expiration of the interval between
heats, the fillies appear promptly, neither
seeming to be at all distressed by their work
iu the previous heat. Woodfolk leads from
the score and maintains his place with eae,
coming in hard in Land in 3:54.
We regret to have to chronicle a distressing
accident to Gen. Harding's rider, FhiL In
making the second turn the filly ran against tbe
railing, crushing both bones of his leg, and
inflicting a terrible wound in the soft parts.
He stuck on, however, with heroic tenacity,
and saved his distance. Had it not been for
this accident, the second heat would have been
fully as well coutested as the first. Summary:
W. T. Roundtree's b. c. by Shamrock, pd. ft.
W. W. Woodl'olk's br. f. lodiut by Sov-
ereign 1 1
W.G. Harding's b.f. by Epilon, ... 2 2
Time 3:40; 8.54.
The Walnut Couisa races conclude to-c"ay
with a three mile stake the entries are Ham
ilton's WhirltriruJ, Cheatham's Henry Perritt.
an. Woodfolk's Iodine. The latter is a fleet
little three year old filly of 8:46.
The track is in admirable order for fast time,
and everybody who wants to see heats made '
at a low figure should go to-day by all means.
The usual accommodations are arranged for
theltdies, and it is hoped they will grace the
conclusion of the Fall meeting with their fair ,
PBoorci Oi k Citt Market. The present
and prospective large influx of strangers toonr
city has already had its effect upon the tariff
upouarticUs usually sold in our market, and
the prospect is gotnl that the effect will be still
more apparent. Everything usually brought
in by marketers such as butter eggs chickens
lard, potatoes, fruits vegetables c. I cow
commanding excellent prices, and will justify
farmers at a reasonable distance, in vl-iting oar
city with their produce. We hope, therefore,
to see au increase in the receipts of thej-e ne
cessaries of life, corresponding with the in
creased and increasing demand.
Hoaluiso.axd Day Scuixil. We call at
tention to the advertisement In another column,
cf Un. Gertrude J. Cary'a Hoarding and Day
School, In Philadelphia. This nchool is one of
bei-t in the country, Ld the Principal gives
the beft of references to est alii h that fact.
27,The Brewery property will Le aolj to
day at eleven o'clock, at the Court IIoum, by
It. A. Hallowe. Tersous wishing ta male a
speculation should attend, as it will Le sold on
gKx term. Sv kJrcrtietnent,
CAFT STEEL HOE;
BOH I) BOX VICKS;
STOCKS AND DIE;
CHAINS Of ALL KIVDB;
MI 1,1- PAWS, COTTON CARDS;
POCKKT AND TABLE KNIVES;
PATM OCK3, FILK!, HTNGFS:
HATCHETS, HAMMERS, AXES;
PLANTS, BRACES AND BITS;
t A gool stock of CASTINGS, and a complete assortment
always tn Store.
WILLIAM L. MORSELL,
I) CALK it iy
Dry and Sparkling Catawba,
NO. 33 EAST THIRD STREET,
Jyl6-ly - CINCIKXA TI, , OHIO.
Weak, nervous, depressed in spirits, and a prey to Innu
merable mental as well as phyticnl evils, the victim to dys
pepsia is indeed n object of comniiftratlon. Vet it it ab
surd for him to despair. We care not bow low, weak, ner
vous and Irritable he may be, ti e cordial properties of Hoof
land German filters, prepared by Dr. C. M. Jackson, Phil
adelphia, are stronger thaa the many headed monster
which is prrjins upon his bodv and mind; and if he chooses
to try them, we will insure a speedy cure.
See advertisement lep! lm
Carter's Fpanish Mixture, as a remedy for liver disease,
and the number of formidable evils connected with a dis
organized state of that organ, is unrivalled.
Hundreds of certificates from the highest sources, of per
sons living in the city of Richmond, Va., luipht be given ef
cures effected bv Carter's Spanish Mixture. We hare only
room to refer to the extraordinary cure of Samuel M. Drink
er, Fq.. of the firm of Drinker ft Morris, Booksellers, Rich
mond, Va , whe wns cured bv two bottles of Carter's Span
lh Mixture, after three yearn suffering from diseased liver.
He says its action on tbe blood is wonderful, belter than al
the medicine he had ever taken, and cheerfully recommends
it to all. . .
. See advertisement in another column. .
sepl lm 7
PROF. WOOD'S n AIR RESTORATIVE. The testimony
of all who have thoroughly teted the virtues of this cele
brated article, is, that it will restore the gray, snd the bald,
eradicate disrates of the Scalp, preserve the hair from fall
ing, and preserve the color perfectly to extreme old .age.
It is now put up both with and without sediment. - See ad
vertisement, augl ,
Premium Boot & Shoe Manufactory.
B EX.. FULLER,
(Successor to Hamilton A Fuller,)
TENNESSEE BOOT AND SEOE MANUFACTORY,
' Corner Market and Spring or Church 6ts.
CI RATEFCL for the liberal paironiige bestowed upon this
T Manufactory since its rtallihnv-nt, the Proprietor
feels determined to merit a continuation of the saiLe iu fu
I have now on hand a good a'xortment of ready
ma le work, jonsistinsr in part of Men's. Bov and
Youths' Calf, Kip and Thick Bonis and Shoes; Negro
Brogsns, double sole-, house Servants Shoes, Ladies
and Misses Calf Morocco, and Kid Loots and Shoes, all ma4e
Irom good stock, in good style and warranted.
Orders from Planters, Iron Masters, Railroad aud Turn
pike Companies respectfully solicited.
tW AU kinds of repairing doue.
Cash paid for Hides. ' EBEN FULLER.
Ki:V 1'NITKII STATES 91 AIL.
ANEWTRI-WEFKI.T I INE OP FOUR
HORSE POST COACmS is now in
operation for the accommodation of the traveling public
from HUNTSVILLE and W HITESBUKG, Ala., via Blunt
Springs, Bluntsville, Elyton to Vontev-ll".
This line ia stocked with fine Concord, Troy and Albany
built Coaches, good teams careful and experienced drivers.
Persons from North Alabama and Middle Tennessee, will
find this the cheapeiit, best and most expeditious route to
Central and South Alabama.
sciii:oi i.i: going south. .
Leave Huntsvllle on Mondays, Wedneedys and Fridays,
and arrives at Monte vallo on Tuesdays, l liursilays and Sat
aardays in time to connect with the Cars lor Selnia, Ala
bama, arrivitig at Seltna at S o'clock, I'. M., and then con
jt im, eectlng with adal'ylin-ot Mail itraui-
r?pT t .1 r" lor Montgomery, Mobile and New
aaiuiakdaaLorleans. Also with a double daily line
of Mail Coa hea for Marion, Ureentborough, Tuicaloosa and
Demopolis, Alabama; Coiumbu, Jack.ou and Vicksbuig,
CIIEDt I.E GOING NOICTII.
Leave Montevallo on tha arrival of the Cars from Selma
on Mondays, tVednexdays and Fridays, arriving at Hunts
vllle en Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 5 o'clock
A. M- 1b time to connect wilh a daily line of Coaches for
Wincherter on tbe Nahvi!le and Chattanooga -sT"
Railroad. Also, conne. ting at Wliiteshurg withPj
a daily line of Mail Steamers f.r lecatur, and
thenoe by Railroad and Stages to TuK-nmbia, Florence and
Bailys Springs, Ala , Holly Springs. Miss., and Memphis,
Tenn. Also, connecting at Wbltesburg with the aleamera
tor Chattanooga and knoxvilie, Tenn.
The Proprietors have, from the numerous solicitations of
the citisenn of North aud t-ou'.h Alabama, establiided this
Line at a considerable expense ndith but little alii from
the tfovernmept, thry h"re to receive such pnlronatre aa
win enable them to keep it in siXN-essfui operation.
HAKKINUTOJ A BARNES,
angM 8m . Proprietors.
Nashville Trne Whig enpy three monOis and forward ac
eoulit to this office. iluuli iU Afvctitr.
BPRINO STREET BRIDGE COMPANY.
BOOKS will be opened at the otfU of -MSDSLKT ft!
CROCKETT, So College street, on M iNDAV, the 21 j
tnst Tor tne purpose or receivn-g sunscrtptions 10 trie cap
ital Stock of the fprtng St- vet Bridge Company, and will be
kept open froni dty U day, until Mock sumcient b ub
scribed to organise tlie Company, as provided tu tha act in
corporating said Ccmpary. -.
. NICHOLAS HOHSOV.
JOHN at. MrtKKlUN. J-Commlaslo's
l.-AAC LITTON, '
jylS-tf ' , . A. V. 8, LIXDfLET.
At White's Creek Spring.
rTUK next s-sioo will commence on MONDAY, the SJ of
-L beptember. For Board, Tuition, Fuel, Ligbu, Ac, $S0
er se-sioa of twetty veeis.
aug80-dwif . CU CRffKER '
"noLMEs & stokeyT
Commission 3If rcliants,
...v ... Itoycc A Css'ts I larf
CII A RLESTON, S.C.
tV Wm attend tr the sal of COTTON, FLOUR,
- t.RAIN, fte or oilier Prwdaw. .
Agents Palmetto Line New York Packets.
- auglS tnwim
VM. M. LAVTON & CO.,;
Ne. 13 Seuthern Wharf,
Cliarloaton, S. O.,
' FOR THE SALE OF
L Western and Sonlhcrn Produce,
WM. M. LAWTON, I
R. W. BAOOT, f
JOS. T. DILL,
WINBORN LAWTON, Jr.
aufi tn as
pHE Publte are respect fj try fnfhnned that LYONS ft CO
A stdl eDti-ueseUia Ovatrartcbrated C Stole r an
Diatrrbcsa I'rrvrullve, ih-o the eflccts ef wbKh
o soany Ust year reaped sreat a Wort and rtbcf,) by tr-e
GaJlua, Bottia or UUea. Asp evenuves are alstays betwr
thaa cares, we strong y recuTseud alt to as it. Tlie Poor
supplied without charge. If ssftMnpaoWd with a practising
Dot-tor's erruScaU. Private Families particularly, shuald
have a bouie of lLai aruci la tL bouse. Id rase of exaer-f-f-
. LYON ft CO..
y I IS Cedar street.
TO TH0S5 INTERESTED.
(WO avoU Dpssasa-4 nVuitiea I will ouhr pay s-ia-A
aaasiM tat hilars as 1 000 tract saylf, or by my order.
angll I W. roHTs:.
r.lSH FOR WHEAT.-
UTt sra prepared to pay tha HIGHEST MAIKF1
P ale E for 1 ttriat and ( em, at the Nak
ntts City MUb, and desrra all the Wheat u rowers u rv at
a call before mIUlv eUcuhera. Likewise we shall b tre-
parvS t tie han f ttcmt tat Wbrat such trrai as will
Bw wmvtmna'j. u. ntxaou a Ct.
W N. . W wUt pay 19 per a above tha aarktl
pnoe Jur Wheat cleaa 4 through ' .
rcrtn-s evitv trsisivnTi
vm uaoiii SMaaaiuaa, . i
iil-wtwf . o. a. ft 00.
LOCKS, 8CREW3, NAILS;
LONG HANDLED SHOVELS, SIFTERS;
SPEAR A JACKSON'S SAWS;
AUGERS, SHEE- SHEARS;
TACKS, CCRRT-COaBS, Ac, Ac.
Brothers best TENNESSEE ROLLED IRON
SEW FALL. AND WINTER GOODS
FOR GENTLEMEN'S WEAR.
I AM now receiving my stock of GOODS for the coming
Fall and Winter, to which I invite the attention of my
customers and the public generally
Also, Scott's Fall and Winter Fashion Jost received.
ang.9 dim - W College street.
FALL, AND WINTFIt GOODS.
Wit. have inst received our Stock of FALL AND
v v WINTER GOODS for Gcnt emen's Wear '
CLOTHS, CASSIMF.RS, and TESTINGS of the latent
styles and best qualify, to which ve would invite the.
i attention of our friends and the public. Also, a fresh sup-
jply Of GENTS FURNISHING GOODS.
WARD A BIRMINGHAM,
sept Ira No. T Cedar street.
E. N, CAKIl Ac CO.
188 Pratt Street,
A CrilE IOK IIAItlf TI.TIES
AND the Road to Wealth at E. N. CARR ft CO'S, Ez
Ix. change and Lottery Broker's, the great Prize sellers of
the Maryland Lotteries, who have, during the last six
months, sold reveral Capital Prizes, besides a large number
of smaller ones, amounting in the aggregate to more than
one hundred thousand d 'liars. And convince yourtelf by a
single trial that the great road to wealth is to purchase a
ticket of the lucky and far-famed prise seller,
E. N. CARR ft CO.
Choice Selected Schemes for October, 1855.
Bel-Air, Class 4, for October 9, 18 Scheme,
t Prise of $20,000 I Prise of 10,0 1 Prisa of $6,000
t do 4 8S9 10 do 1,000 Ac, Ac.
Tickets 15-Sharea in proportion. Certificate of pack
age of wholes $70, halves $35, quarters $1T.B0.
PatupHw, Class 2T4, for Oct. 18, 1S63 Scheme.
1 Prise of $3,000 1 Prise of $1,000 1 Priie of $500
1 do 160 . 1 do lSI.'O 160 do 60
64 do 0 Ac, Ac.
Ti. kels $1 Shares in proportion. Certiffcate of package
cf 2." wholes $16, halvts $S, quarters $4.
Washington County, Class 33, for Oct. 22, 1 S55 Scheme.
1 Prise of $24,940 6 Prises of $5,0o0 10 Prises of $.,.V
i" ' 1,000 ju 00 boo 25 tlo
io 00 von 4c , Ac.
Ticket? $9 Shares iu proportion. Certificate of package
of .6 wholes tVU, halves $60, quarters $40.
Cla W, for tlie benefit of the Consolidated lotteries, to be
drawn in the city of Baltimore, Mil., on Saturday, Oct.
87, 18-"i& Scheme 15 drau ballot in each packaze of
1 Prise of $60,000 1 Prize of $20,980
8 do of 10,000 are SO.ttoO 4 do of 5,000 are '20.000
8 do of 2,500 are 20.000 100 do of 1. 000 are 100,000
&i9 do ef 8U0 are $101,700, Ac, Ac.
Tickets $), halves $10, quarters $. eighths $2.50.
Certificate f a package of 26 wholes $205, halves $182.50,
quarters $66 25, eighths $ tl 12
Ail orders are confidential, and the official drawings will
be seut to all who order tickets.
Ms receive the notes of all solvent Dan kit, or Checlis of
Depcwlt, and we rem t in return fir Prises, Bank Checks on
any place In the United Mates. No rik, no gain. A single
package cf tickets may draw the four hiirhem prizes.
All letters directed to E. N. CARR A CO. will come safely
to hand, and distant correspondents may feel sure that their
orders will be attended to the sum as If they were here
th emn Ires.
Those, at a distance will be particular la naming the post
office, ennnty and 8t:ite.
It has happened that we have made our correspondents
rich before we hac the pleasure of a personal interview. A
single trial may place you in possession of a competency
for lile. Mease show this to your friends. TRY I'd ! TRY
US! Address, E. N. CARR A CO.,
tepU No. 139 Pratt street, Baltimore, Mi.
a. c. & a. iT1Teecu7
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS,
49 College Street
HAVE rpened a very large stock of all kinds of DRESS
GOODS suitable to the Fall and Winter Trade, of the
Also, a handsome lot of aH the newest designs of CLOAKS
and MANTLES in store and ready lor exhibition. We es
pecially Inwle you to look at our stock of Cloaks before
We have In store a very large stock or all kinds of CA R
PETS of the newest patterns, and flatter ourselves to sell
them as cheap as any other House this side of the moun
tains. We have all kinds of CURTAIN DAMASKS and
In addition to the above, we have a large stock of all
kinds of DRY GOODS, suitable for the Fall and Winter
Trade A. C. ft A. B. BEECH,
seplS No. 49 College sL, Nashville, Tenn.
A few more Families can be supplied
WITH CHOICE ROOMS AT THIS HOTEL.
XW Also, DAT BOARDERS and transient persons on
reasonable tarms. aug3
W. B. 6RUBBS.
A. MORRISON & CO.,
Importers aod Wholesale Dealers In
IlnIisb, Frencb, German & American
Corner of Square and Deaderick St.
T7"E are now in receipt of an extensive and well selected
stock of VARIETY GOODS, to which we invite the
attention of the City and Country Trade. We are prepared
to rtTer Inducements to cash or short time dealers, and we
solid, an examination of oar stock, which censints hi part
or the following Goods : Combs, Cutlery, Jewelry, brarhes.
Plated Ware, Dress Inmmitigs, lrib. Linens, liiOironieries,
Laces, Eilgings, Linen ami Sua Hdkfs, Gloves, Hosiery, Rib
bons, tuibrellaa. Beads, Toys, Perfumery, and agreal vari
ety of article too tedious to mention. We solicit a rail
Xieru porcliHsera. . . A. JiORRIfcON ft CO.
augUO lm . . . ,
,To iVhoIesale Grocers.:.
OFFFPS FOR BALE, et hta Tcbacco Manufactory, 8
College (treet FIFIF.EN UUNDEiuD BOAtS TOBAC
CO of the following choke brands ;
Vfto boxes NKCTAR LEAF, 6cs.Lunp. .
250 do IXL 8 do
l.V do PRIDE OF THE SOUTn, 8 do
150 do G. E. LABBY'S SLN CLUED, 8 do -20
do JOHN RANIiOU'U, 8 do
10 do II. MORGAN. 8 do
Xto do JOHN LYONS, S do
InO do KNOW NiiTHINf?, ( do
100 do J. C. iiORN'tf FIVES,
aepo tf -
In Exli'ti Card.
Of THURSDAT, tha It lh of October next, we wfll anaka
one of our BIO FALL BALM of Real Eastate, and on
that day, en tha premises, we will offer One undrrd
Keantifnl Itulldfna- I .eta, tn WILUAUS' AU
DI 1 ION to Elgtrfield. The Lots front fifty leet each on
Fa'herland, (which is now being most haniiaonely graded
and graveled.) Boscobei and Shelby streets, (which is Broad
street extended J an all of them will ba at least 17o fet
deep, with twenty feet alleys. . . , .
These Lota are all most beautifully situated, and In eon.
section with tbe Audition already laid off out of the Shelby
Grounds, maksw JCdge&eid one of the most desirable citiea
ever laid off.
We will have 00 r plots ready In a few ways.
All thoM wishing to make good investment, or to buy
eligible building sites, would do weU to examine these Lot
and attead lh aala. We de assure Ueat that they ae
wortliy of examination, and all w. ask ia that the pvbLa vUI
v Uit the f rvUud aaJ Jude lor Iheouclvea.
T Lot will be sold oa a credit of one, two, three, (bar
B4 Sve yean, for Dotes sattafactorVy rndoravd. payaoU ia
Bank, ard bearing iotesaet fToss date, and a lien retaiawd.
IlTfi will gladly show the Lota to all who wbdt to ex
sumUhus. UNDALEY A CROCK ATT,
- . Ai Culiege street.
K. K. GtAJOocc, Auctioneer. aeplt td
n'EN THOUSAND BUSHELS PRIXB RED WHEAT
A wanted, defi verable at ear Warehowse by the 15U asst.
for which we wlQ pay IS CenU per biuhel of SO liw.
aogS W. U. C 3RDOM ft pp. '
VT I thL day have orders IV-r twenty thou tan J buahels
v V heat, to be filled daring the prt-sent snwaih, ur
which we U1 pay the highest snarket shios to cash.
aeptS W. U. OuRDON ft CO.
r K wm pay CASH for Wheat a1v-red ha KaekvuW-
tacts tumkOieo. Lai ana tee aw svlore yo sea.
alA-f J. ft at. TEAT AN.
EOaiST, CL0YE3, Aft.
Jt rclved large stock ef White, Brow and Paac
vutarwd Ctta, Silk and Lbste Tbt ead, V Ho-w and Gluvwa
- - -CUrrO"! ft ABBOTT, ;
artS .- Na. IS Cerferstrwwt,
Farther particnlars of the fall of Sevastopol.
Niw Yobk, Sept. 27.
The British troops attempted the storming of
Redau he French MalakoflT. The extreme right
of the French made a diversion 00 Little Redan,
and united tbeir attack with the English. French
and Hardiniana made an attack on the Central bat
tery. AH these attacks appear to have been made ei
mulUueously, aud with great spirit and energy; but
tbe one eminently succes(ul, and the one which
eventually decided the fate of the day, was that
made by Generals Banquet and Mcilahon on Hal's
Both Redan and the Central Bastion were at times
in possession of the storming parties, but so accu
rately did the guns of the enemy cover their works,
that as soon as we had gained possession of tbem
and tbe Russians evacuated, the fire which opened
upon onr men was o murderous that we found it
impossible to hold the position so gloriousuly won.
The French Egles once floating over MalukofT
the victory was half gained. Tbe bombardment
continued with increased impetuosity and Berceness.
Having now the Southern part of the town within
range of our mortars, an infernal fire was opened on
the doomed city, the effect of which was, t!iat in a
short time the whole city wad in flames and literally
reduced to ashes.
There is great rejoicing in England and France.
Bells were rung and guns fired. AU Paris was bril
Another unsuccessful attempt was made to take
the life of Napoleon at the Theatre Ita'ien.
Arrival of the steamer Washington.
New York, Kept. 23.
The steamer Washington has arrived. Iler ac
counts fail to confirm tbe first reports of 30,000
men elnin. .
The affair has been undoubtedly grossly exagge
Tbe Russians have firmly concentrated in the
North, where they will henceforth command a unity
in movement Mid action. Their position is consid
ered formidable, bristling iunumorable guns which
tbe "Brussels Xord" says a compact army will be
able to defend.
The same paper applauds Gortschakoff 's move
ment, whereby a twit's effuttion of blood was pre
vented, and the Russian army saved.
Sebastopol South is therefore replaced by Sebas
All speculations a9 to the future are imaginary.
The Allied commanders telegraphed that it was
not expedient to enter the harbor until fort Con
otantine was silenced, al.-o that Gortschakoff was
determined to hold the North to tbe last extremity.
The London Tort estimates the English lo.-s iu
the assault on Redan at COO killed and 1,400 wound
ed, including 110 officers. Tho Paris Moniteur
computes the number of dead at 2,000, including
10 superior officers.
Pelisier has been created a Marshal of France.
Latkst. It is remarked that 25,000 Allies em
barked at Balaklava for North Sebastopol, and that
the Russians were retreating towards Perckop.
Locisvitlk, Sept. 23.
River falling, with 5 feet 9 inches in the canal.
Cincinnati, Sept 28.
Flour quiet and easier at 6.50ar5.60. Wheat firm
at 1.30al.32, for prime red. Whisky 32J. Sugar
in better demand fair 8. Coffee in moderate de
mand fair Rio 11 j-.
Pittsburg, Sepl. 28.
River 4 feet 4 inches in the channel and falling.
New York, Sept. 28.
Flour market firm at 1.1b for common to Straight
State, and Extra Siato 7.75aS.25 for mixed to fancy
nd low grades of extra Western. Wheat is a trifle
lower at 1.85al.93 for red and southern. Corn is a
triflo lower at 87. Pork a trifle lower 22.75. Lard
Lakb Superior '.Mining Keuion. The Chi
cago Tribune contains some important facts
relating to copper mining in that region.
Five thousand tons, mine weight, or 3,500
tons of Ingot copper have been produced this
season 1 The entire product of the world is
set down at 60,000 tons, one-seventeenth of
which is furnished by Lake Superior mines.
And should the total product of the Lake Su-
j perior mines increase as it has within the pa-tt
j twelve months, in a very few years they will
produce more copper than the English mines.
The product of the ensuing year, it is thought,
will be much greuter than that of the present.
The value of this year's yield Is estimated at
Spring Sadplk. Mr. Jos. .(J. Dobison, of
thin city exhibited to 0.-4 yesterday, a riding
saOdle, embodying the spring system, invented
and adapted by himself. There are two large
steel springs projecting from the Tear, cpon
which the weight of the rider rests. Mr. I),
has riled his papers at Washington for a patent,
J and we presnme will obtain one. We under.
star.d the principle will bo exhibited at the
fall and Winter Trade for
It. C. M'NAIRY.-fc CO.,
TV. A3 College Mrrrt,
A RE now prepared to exhibit one of the Isaf Com
XX plrtc as wall as the tarfrrt Mc k f Dry
(od ever ( Cared by retail ia this country. AU ve de
sire Is for one friends and buyars generally to can on us for
what they want, and we will surely supply them.
The t wo partners havlngspeat three months in NewTork,
have accomplished much In getting np thetr stock from flnt
bands, which will enable tbem to sell at pricts or IkIovi
Ia Silks Every thing new and beautiful;
Brocade aud Piaid Ftoooess;
Plain, Plaid and Brocades;
1,000 -Va, high colored Detains;
, Pi.ua, puud aa4 rich FiguaU MeriBos.
Ices) axnd i:mbrlaerlets.
2m sets of fine Ynl. ami TJonlton Laces;
ltw Collars and Sleeves in Lace;
100 French Work Jaconet;
fr - " Cardinal Lawns.
- - Demeetie and Staple Lioda.
All the Leslies Styles of Goals, mtrh as
New York Mills and other Dceoestica;
Cotloa and Liaea Sheetings; ' 1
Damask aod plain Toweling and Towels;
Jaoocet MusUas and CMibe cks;
Globe, Merrimack, Dundrt, Excelsior Prists;
furniture Chintaaa, fta Ao.
New French and English Cloths, pUia and fancy easte
rner aod VewUnga, in t mllev. variety, which we vdl kave
aaade to arder ia the must fashions 4e style.
Also, ao extensive assortment of K"t and ethar Gloves,
J usury, Bkicka, Cravats, Cu4ara, UasdasrchMM, As.
We have sow th. largest and snot varted ttoelc ever wS
fered the Nashville pabtoc, which wili be be added so nwooMy
by art the sew styles aad patter as aa they aa broach! astt.
VTALCABLE DWrLLINO HOrsi cm Sowiner ffr
strvet, beiweea Chorch and Cotna, fronUng OS J t jj
teat oa 8uasmr, aod vanning bek 17 tr4 to an a
ley; at present orewpied by air. W. P. lWtch. Satd aooao
bone of th. asoat Sewrabie restdeareo tn ahvtll; a.wly
Banered aad sainted, wi.h gaa throaghaat too whoat hssoaa.
tor rathsr partwwiar aa to Wraas, Ao., louirs ttawtl
Jaa. u. FergBri amco.
ranaii'M gtvea 1st Jacaary, lsfrA.
rad tf WM. a SI CHO L.
rpHIKTT bales Rkhnood T-S Oaoabtwf s;
L V) bale Richlaod 4 4 do
10 do Franktia f-4 da
FatUM tM ntXlBf bags,
w. m. k)do ft rr.
To Country Merchants and Planters.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
AVHOI.ESALE AND RETAIL.
C. . ROBERTSON & CO.
14 COLLEfiE ST.. JTASHV1XL.K.
WE are receiving our entire Fall stock of Gen tterr.ens'.
Ladies', Misaea', Chililrent', Negro Brops.ns, sole leath
s" "SSlel' Traveling Trunks. Valises, Carpet
( ) Bh"' 1!oy' clolh CaP rianUtion 5 J I
m ''VV?l A'00' Hats, Ac, which will becom-ffl
"snr lilt Iplete in ten days. Our stock is larg ' VQs
and has been selected expressly for the Fall and Winter
trade, and embraces all of tbe best styles of Philadelphia
and New Ergland Manufacturers.
tSf PLANTERS and MERCHANTS will find It to their
interest to call and examine our stock; we are determined to
offer Goods at low prices. We have constantly on hand a
large s'ock of the best DOUBLE SOLED BROGAN9 for
Plantation use, which we will sell low by the case or single
Gents Calf Water Proof and Stitched Boots;
Low quartered Ca!f and Patent Shoes;
Mens' Calf and Kip Pegged Boots;
" Calf and Kip Brogans;
Metallc Rubber Shoes;
Boys' Caif and Kip Boots; Touths Calf and Kp Boot.;
Ladies' super Plain and Tipped Lasting Gaiters;
M " heeled Gaiters;
" ' White Kid Gaiters;
" Kid and Goat Welt Boots;
Ladies Lasting- Gaiters tl.Ml-.
Also, a mil assortment of Misses' and Ch fid re ns' Bootees
tad Gaiters C. W. ROBERTSON ft CO.,
augi3-2m No. 14 College street.
NASHVILLE ACADEMY 0? MUSIC.
. No. ii Vine htrcct, Nashville, Teuu.
CHARLES HESS AND HEKRT WEBER.
DEPARTMLNTS The Syitera of Instruction adopted frr
this Ac-tderny is the same as that pursued in the Royal
Academy in Paris, and comprises five Departments, vis:
Primary, Frealiinan, Popliomore, Junior, and Senior; t-i
which is added a Kecapitul-Uion Department", designed for
those who intend to adopt Music as a profession.
TERMS PER SESSION.
Prmart Dtpastvxnv, tu 00
Five lesns a week, one daily, Saturday exo-pied.
FKK3HV DI7ARTMKXT 00
Four lessons a week, Mnnday, Tuesday, lhurd:ky
8olnni08B Dkpartmb!it 80 00
Thi ee lessons one week, Monday, Wedned.iy and
Friday, the succeeding week Tuesduy and Thursday.
Jcxkir DKriRvutuiT 35 Q
Lessons same in n'imber and in davs as ia the
Sutoa rEFimiKT 40 0
Two lessons a week. Monday and Thursday.
Bkcapitclatiom Dspahthsnt CO (JO
Lessons dally, Saturday excepted.
t In all of the foregoing DcpartiueQU, the Piano and
Guitar are the only instrumeuts taugbU
Instruction en the Harp, 8 lessons a week, per setsion S-13 t0
" in Vocalisation, 0"
" " Italian stvle, 43 CO
44 to rWs.es of gentlemen on the Violin, Flute,
Clarionet, Ac, two evenings a week, 13 00
All tuition fees due on the entrance of the pupil.
One ltssun a week in Sacred Music given to all pupils free
No char re will be made for the use of Instruments. Mnsic
and Mu-ic Uuvks furnished gratis to the pupils, who will be
permitted to retain theinas their own property at tbe close
of the session.
Pupils will be received at any time, and charged from the
perk'il they er.ter to the close of the session. The attend
ance of pupils will be required during tlie leson only.
Tb Academic Year will be divided into two sessions; the
one commencing on the xd Monday in September, and :ea
I ni on the latt Friday in January, the other commencing on
he 1st Monday In February and closing ou the first Friday
Vtf Pupils intrusted to their care shall receive close at
ention, an-l if unwearied assiduity on the purt ( the in
s trui-t.irs can avail, they shall aotfail to attain the elevated
ttaudard of proficiency to which they may apire.
Application to be made onur after the 1st dav of Septem
er, at the Academy. ai:glS -8m
Land for Sale.
I OFFER for tale (700) SEVEN HUNDRED ACHES
OF LAND lying on the Columbia Central Tumrike Ti ,
Roao, seven miles from Columbia ami four from Mt. Pleas
ant, being a partof the tract on wMch I reside.
This Land is equal if not superior to any in Maury county
It is well watered; (the celebrated Devere Spring being on
the part offered for sale) well timbered and weU improved.
There are on tlie premises some beautiful building sites
fronting the Turnpike aud the contemplated Rail Road. It
will be divided to suit purchasers or fold in a body.
For further information apply tomcat Ashwood P. Office,
Maury county, Tennessee,
augll tr LUCTU J. POLK.
Nashville Union and Louisville Jnnmal please copy.
MorxT or.ivrr cr.n Frrrtv.
AT a meeting of the Stockholders of the Monnt Olivet
Cemetery, held at tbe office of Liudsley ft Crockett.
on this day, the following giaLicineo were Lnanimously
elected Directors :
A. V. 8. Lindsley, J. II. Kuddeke,
B. W. Hall, K. A Uertnan,
A. Nelson, J. F. Morgan,
C. W. Nance.
After the election, the Hoard met and oriranlieiL A. V.
S. Lindsley was elected President, and C. W, Nauca, Secre
tary aim i reasurer.
The Company Is now permanently orvanised. and active
steps will be taken Immediately to lay off the grouuds in
handscme style and to bring the lots into market, it Is
tbe intention of the Hoard of Directors to spare no etpense
or puins to make it such a Cemetery aa the wealth and
taste ot our community require.
A. V. 0. L1NDCLA.T, President.
0. W. Najce, Secretary.
Sept. 1, 1-3. tep5tf
T TITiT a cash capital ol from 50 to flOOO tn a luera
v v tive, eenteel business, whose time would he rraulrwd
only from 9 A. M. to 5 P M. To a gentleman of good ad
dress a riamlsome Ineome may be realised. Good security
given for amount invested. If preferred a liberal salary
will b guaranteed.
Wr Artilresii-statinr where to Interview mar be had. to
N. B. Persona not having the above amount of Cash
need not apply. augll tf ''-
WOOL t WOOL, T ! WOOI, I ! I
CAPH and the highest market price paid for good clean
washed Weol, b v
Jjl D. D. DICK XT.
B00I3 AND BTATIOITERT.
U7t Invite tlie a' tenUon of Mercbanu and Traders gen
erally to eur Urgt stock of
SCHOOL HOOKS AMD STAT 1 0 rilV,
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
At prices which cannot fail to plea.se.
OCB STOCK OF
It also btrge, and we will sell at very low
prveea v m. wno ny to sell again.
TEACH EKS woo d do well to examine or
stock; we will make special arranrementa to
snpply Sehools. rjwjr East Hide Public foiiare. Nashvil'e.
(sTEVENSON ft OWEN, Agents.
SELT SEALING PEES EE VE CANS AND JARS,
I FT! ALL h4 5n receipt In a frw da) ef aq'iinllty of very
superior and invsluable 8elf-?eafing Prrserva Cans, ail
miiably adaptwd fhr convenience and usefulness to U.f
wants of those wishing to preserve frails and vesretablea.
jy'. M D. D. DICKEY.
Wat. tatBULa-r. KOBt. at'OOHXXLL. CBAA. O. aMBDLBt.
Excelsior Wharf Boat.
SMEDLEY, M'CONHELL & CO.,
COMMISSION AND FORWARD IXQ UERCIIANTS,
PADCCAII. KT. t
T f. would respoetfully inform Merchants or Fhippert
I V that we aro now Krcetving atwl Forrardlag Gwda
froa one of the largest and best Wharf Boats on tho Wes
tern waters, bving futirely Dew. JeSi dty
WATTS, GIVEN & CO.,
Receiving & Forwarding Merchants,
HAVING a largo ew and substantial Wharf Boat, aO
Goods ontruittad lo eur ears shall bo IbrwaroVo: wttk
romptaess aod despatch. jefll) dly
SEVJ101R, FA.M.G & CO.,
(stsocawsuM r nsraot, rsACOcc,)
W II O L I! " A L I! UIIOCLRS,
ccjnmsioN asd roRWARD;so xerchaxts,
AND DEALERS IN
Bscoa, XArd, Cora, "VSTitaL, Ftaihert, Etervtx,
Driti rrait, Ac, -Carner
ntarfccl and Cnnrcla Street,
LOrTSTTLLX A2TD HASHTILL2 RAILROAD.
SEALED PUUiPOKAUJ wm ho rseeivod by tho aadorslgsew
anul MO!UAr,lhelitkyof October, fc-r tbourad
aatiua, Brwlgt and Calvert Maavary ef H sailosvf tho fcwa
tsvuk. aad haahrtilo Railroad, botwoaa ttia avwa of swwaag
Cr.n. Ay aawl tho city of NaafcnUo. Plaas. sptaoauwa
aod Biu&aa of tho work wiii bo ready for susilmmo o
and f sr Oetobor lota at IA. Owsspaasw Ottlcos at AWwhag
(sroea aad Gailati a, where full iatorwusiJwo resauog to llcaa
a obtatnod frosa tbe Kagsswota aa aarr. Btslurrs BBkawwe
to the aoderatgiMd most prsfhsro lea ,notn. . ftaa iwspoav
albi. porwsaa as to tbssir ataliiy, Ao.
Hi orr of tU AWard of Ihrsrtors .
aegsut td ' Chaf tninwr
M" ArTICiH-W. ft. ft Jf. O. MsltiUiMl Avvo tot
reorient a largo lot of bswt Istalot 'taltltts;
wtw.-k tfcey trv awtttng vwr, low tv eoak. siw
A. J. DtLVCAX & CO.,
WHOLES A I, r DCALKItt -
' Staple and Fancy Dry Goods.
No. 70 lnbllc Sqitarr.
NASHVILLE. T X
HAVE owiri store onr S'.n-k of STAPLE AND FtNCT,
FORE ON AND DO.MSiTI ? DRY GOODS, fht largest
and most superior st.ck e- -r imported bv ns, all new and
the lat-st .tjh-s of Ladies Dre. Gwis. C!ac and Fancy
Silks, Mo:re An!i.tue styles of Cashmere a-jd Musi n ilw
Lalnes; Silk warp aid Pure A'pa.-e ar.a Contn g.; Scotch and
Ameeican Plald, nf new strips and f.is-t color-: Banner an I
Sash Riliiiona, all qua'ilies, Miintus and Stin Ilit-bons, all
tho d.tferent wMllis ami color.-; Irish Likens; hile Goods,
Embroideries, Laces, and tli lArc. t .nrtn.ei,t of Trlm
minirs of tlie best quality: Erc i.-hand Ainerirai) Prin-.sof
entirely new s'yles; pii I, Mriped m. ?M Giiu!.ftm;
Shawls of every variety m 1 s:y'-; Kei, White, arid V: low
Flannels; Clo'hs, tassim.-rs a.i-l Vestirgs; LLiriVet of tt
colon and qunlitiej; M.ckinanr Blnnkets; Bed Biackets of
every sise and of superior qjii.fy; Crib Ulsnkets; Steamboot
Berth Blankets, Negro B.anset, Ac ; Kcrseya, Tweeds,
Jeans, Sattinetts, of tlie greatest vaiiety; Buiachcd and
Brown Sheetings; Stiirtmt-s aid Dmiinirs; Table Linen of
every quality; Worsted aid Cr!Ka lliwiery of every varie
ty; Suspenders; Gloves; II.i i kerchiefs; Pins, Ntedle.s, Ac.
Our stuck embrace tlie lurg -st variety, and will bo sold to
prompt dealers on the m..n: iil er:il terms.
AND. J. OI NCAV ft CO ,
No. 7' Public Surtre.
N. B We w.ll t- rec-irii 5 new sty I. s of Gio !s by stm
ers and Rilmad il.r"i;g'i.i!it ti':0 sr.i-.Ti.
septl .t. J D ft CO.
( I.Ol MIX. ! I J.OTIII.Xii!!
It '"'""'V in M..re n invoice of It K A D Y M A P K
CLOTHlNil, wi; pie.i ;o the se is -n, wf.ich we willseH
npon the n.?t favorable tt ima. Call Uie xnd suppiv yoot
selve. cheap. A. J M NCAN A CO..
septT No. ;d Public S.,,Hre.
Do.ii:vrio, fii.tiii icN, Ac.
ONE HUNDRFO BtlK- I.mvl:c. Orrbur?s, ft White
Linseys, suitable for I iaiitalinn-, ;n -trr and ior :c
tJf A. J. M'NTAN ft CO .
T. & W. EAIvEV & CO.,
IVPORTL'JTS AND T-K At IN
rr")v rVW y CfJ fT
WOULD oil the allot. -J-a of Jterchant f tbeir Stock of
FALL A&, AVINTEIl GOODS,
They -ire asiurar.ee Shut thtir S. k wi); tef. u: ! com
plete as any evrr ..It. r. ,1 in tl. pij., an-i co-i-ih-;p. cf a
Sll K.N DID atuM.r loi-nt i.f lilies' !r -m i..vm4, lre.-s Tr.m-mi-ws,
Kilibon-, t.Mhr.i.i,.,ies,i.a.:n.' tl,.ks, ft toceif.er
with a UEAVV s.oikof
Staple Or 00 do,
Atn itt.vnv - 'iAui: ti.orjti.vf;,
Allof whfi-h have ben piin-has .11 u.h ti-ms s unten
able tin m to -cil ut pr . t. ;h it ,iiiiiiu;Uj wi:u G.x.ils pur
chaieil iu any uiik.i.
'v7 Ca,-h huyrsa.nl pr-ui;it tinje d.-.J.-r will lind it to
thrir intei-i-t ti. exuu,i4ie ll.ii st -ci.
scprT -: in i' . v.' FtKIN A CO.
3IOIIGAN & CO.,
SO. 4U V KMC Ml! Alt I .
Saslit illo, Trnn.
A BE now in receipt ..f meir comple'e stock of FALL
A ANl WI.NTi.lt GoOl .-, eml racing every variety of
Cnwliah, Krntrb. (iermian. I rcnrli, ltal
l:in ntitl tiiirr iim Stnpln uud
l uncy 1'rjr l.ooil,
Which th -v r- nrenaic li, t.rf r to tln ir customers and
the tra le g-nrrahy, at trv, whieh they thiuk wiU be ac
csptabla to even tne Cuis-.j Bfrtns.
They have m hand an 1 aie dmy rec-ivinir heavy sup
plies of nil wnjihs and we.g.s of t'u Tl't i. GtMHiS mana
factured in ti.is Stsie, and oiliers ..f the S .uth and West.
They still cominue the A.-n.-v .the Sparta, Franklin
and other heavy gis, su.uile ,'r V Uctd and tirain Sack.
f AM. STCMi. lit
Boots, Shues and Hats for 1833.
It. S. IIOLLINS Sc CO,
WIIOMJNAI.K DKAI.CKN l. COOTS.
SHOTS ,i hats,
rt1 ARE now 'eceiv'a thrir Fall Stock of
Ttoo,,, " mill Hats, whih r
I tM Ulr' r'"" nit nd as one a tho bent and most J f
complete Stocks of G.-,ds ever ofiered by
them for the Fall Trade.
Merchants will consult their interest by giving onr stock
an examination hef. r. buying.
t, K- 8 "'''LLINS ft CO..
PfiA. f S anJ 21 e.ner .if m l;tgj a-:,l Uni. n :s.
sep3 lm Nashville, Tenn.
FRESH ARRIVAL 0? PALL & "WINTER COOdI
W. D. M'lASABAX
ALLISON, ANDERSON &, CO.
WHOLESALE DK.tI.nt3 IX
Foreign 6c Domestic Dry Goods,
nr.Auv .tiAiii: ct.otiiixg,
. 41 Publlr senarr,
7t are now in receipt of our FALL AND WINTER
V G4ktl)S, emhra:ici: aUrxe an well selected stock of
FOREIGN AND DUMkSTD' ritV GuoDS, P.,-eiher with ao
extensive assortment of READY MADE CLOTHING, whieh
we oiler tn th. trail, on tcriu. il .a canuot f.Ul to give satis
faction. W soooit a call It, n u.r visi'.ing our market,
and shall take plea.ure iu ca'.U.i'ine our stia'k and prices tu
thero. la Mt tf
Al.iusli.ii, ANDEi:0 ft CO.
. EVANS, POUTEPa &. CO., ,
WHOLESALE L'EALERJ IN
Day GOODS, HATS, CAPS, EflOTS.
Na. 51 Market Mrcri, NaohTllle.
T E s1- no In re-lpi of ,Mr Fall and Winter stork Of
GOODS. It ATS, CAPS, HOOTS, 8HOIS, Ae.
to an exatmnaiicn of which we rnpctluUj call the aiioa
tlonof Mercharts Vifltlngthl, city.
Our stork com; ri-ei .very ihlr.g usoaMy found In a jobbing
houic.&cd htvi.g been ..ircLa- d mi.l -r the most favora
ble cucurutar.cs, taatiks us to cfl. iiiUucemeiiU to cah
and punrlaai tint uralcis.
DLFOLR ft Cu n AJC1I0R EttANO B0LTIN0 CLOTHS
I always .,u h..i.
t7 Iji.j-,j-si;s au I si'iped Co'..ns,?ockt and
Feathers taken in eichan(r-.
ngi. I VANS, PORTER ft CO.
GARDNER, ESIEFliSED & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS EI
SHOES, HATS & STRAW GOODS,
!a. 60 Public .square.
sTfE invite the a;:enti.n of MEItCHANTS to tho largo
I v and dsira.le
r.ILL A.X D WI.Ti:it STOCK 0
BOOTS ASD S2CE3, HATS, CAPS AJTD TRIT5XS,
WHICH WE ARE NOW DAILY RECEIVING.
ThiasWk baa beeo ear.fullv l cted ia view of lha In
creased drmaml Ut ois.n GOODS, and while it will bo
found entirely compl le an I well aaptei to the want, of
the trade. Is anaw.illy live Irem GosmIs of inferior quality.
Buyers In this market would consult their interest by pri
cing ear Uovua befura niaaiug :i..,r puschaaea.
ur OtliDMR, SHEPHERD ft CO.
is i: ii
FALL AVINTER. GOODS
II. &. R.DOUGLAS at CO.,
Ko. 54 Pabiio f titre,
V.l ft II VI L L L TEXX.
17I art now? opening and arranng for tho Trade, aa
v T oxtosnure and betiuUul slot a of
rORZIG ARD DOMESTIC tRT COODS,
IIAT, IMPS, IIOnlKTJt,
LOOTS, LK0GASS, SHOES, U. de. ?.
The assortment Is ent re'y e. m. le ai.d ev.ry way oatlod
to tho lra.1. ef that ciku. ttrar.anxioaa t place this
stuck ia tho hands of rnpunubMi utjtrs ou the au.t liberal
We eo-trol a larr V t ef N'rrro CI.-tMng, Osnaburrs (swlt
ablo for Wheat Farks. a'td ieral handed ealis ef Uauaj
Bars, which eaa be had at W prsre. fie e.sh.
TugJS tm I!, ft B. DOUGLAS ft CO.
T&w SXxh lAJurkBcw Com pa a t of EarUori.
TE0. A ALEXANDER, tw'j TUU. K. BRACE, fmX
Stato Mutual T. M. I-nrsinewCo.oiPft.
A J. IlLrtT.Wy J. P. KUTUtAFOFO.rrwat
Row York Li's lascrmneo CnBpAr.
ACCfMULAltD CAr-lTAL .W-.
PUNY fIXttAN,Ac;ry..aloiii4 A RAN SUN, Proa t
' r re, Marina, In'an 1 KuS i.J L.'. Hk liken at eqaitaMs
n w ii oi it d t. ro r.
02U ef tho V ash n liu Ci'y V ilia, eoraor of Col
nJ ;Hin Ftrrwim.
), w Ht-I.ND ft ff.